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Sunday, February 11, 2018

Derivation of Gravity From (Four Force Field gravity, EM, weak, strong) First Principles, EM Theory (One Field - OF), and Fundamental Constants and Units #1 (static analysis - dynamic analysis to follow)

 (part #1 of a 2-3-4-5 post series to completely define granvity, and reduce the 4 fundamental forces to One)
(Four Fields: gravity, EM, weak, strong) <=> (One Field: EM)

It is clear that Newton's law of universal gravitation can be derived in a limit of Einstein's General Relativity (GR):
$$F_{12}=G{M_1M_2\over R_{12}^2}$$
which is exactly the same form as the electro-static forced between two charges:
$$F_{12}=k_e{Q_1Q_2\over R_{12}^2}$$

Charge Neutrality: Sum of All Charges Equal Zero

It can also be simply and clearly shown that the force of gravity (statics, in equilibriaum, dynamics next!) is a residual electrostatic force - due to the unbalanced charge of each mass BECAUSE THE PROTONS AND ELECTONS (+ and -) charges cannot occupy the same space thus the + and - charges are not 100% neutralized.

G will be derived and $F_{12}=G{M_1M_2\over R_{12}^2}$ from $F_{12}=k_e{Q_1Q_2\over R_{12}^2}$

Since we have already derived the mass-charge equivalency, The Surfer will finish this in #2 posts, or will it be three?

 The Surfer, OM-IV